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"Upon this rock I

will build my church;

and the gates of hell

shall not prevail against it"

Our history

Shepherdsown Ministry was founded in  2017  to impact the lives of justice involved men during and after incarceration.

Shepherdsown Ministry has visited  thousands of  inmates from veteran dorms, faith-based units, administrative segregations and general population within   Texas and California Department of Corrections. The ministry provides spiritual support,  and hope to the most most vulnerable inmates during a time when they are removed from their families and society. We have dedicated countless volunteer hours that  have not only impacted the lives of our volunteers but the trajectory of our justice involved men,  women and children. 



We govern our ministry by the following core beliefs:

  • We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God.

  • We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

  • Shepherdsown Ministries is of the belief that we are all created in God's image and that there is no man or woman that is beyond God's reach. 

  • We are believing that men and women will be spiritually freed from the effects of imprisonment.   For those that are incarcerated experiencing one on one mentorship can be life changing. 

  • At Shepherdsown Ministries it is relationship that we believe will be the transformation. 

  • We see these men and women behind the walls as brothers and sisters in Christ.  It is the love of Jesus  that will set the captives free...  As our ministry continues to go day in and day out ministering the word of God you will begin to see the change one heart at a man at a cell block at a neighborhood at a city at a time...and eventually one nation at a time. In Jesus name...

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Matthew 25:36 “...I was in prison and you came to visit me.”

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